The new MacBook Air combines the power of Mac with the portability of iPad. Available in 11" and 13" models and weighing as little as 2.3 pounds, it’s Apple’s lightest and most portable notebook ever. MacBook Air uses the same flash storage technology as iPod to deliver instant-on responsiveness, up to 7 hours of battery life, and up to 30 days of standby time. The affordable MacBook Air defines the next generation of MacBook computers.
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Written on: 15/08/2014 by Fashionair (4 reviews written)
I know many people will think the MacBook Air is expensive and yes it is. But you get what you pay for and in this case, it's well worth it. I used to struggle with a variety of PC desktops and laptops until about 6 years ago when I got my first Mac. Within hours I knew it was the right decision. Now I've progressed to the ultra light MacBook Air 13" and it's a pure joy. When I originally changed to Mac OS it felt strange but only for a few hours. There are plenty of videos to help with the… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/06/2014 by kavyaavu (2 reviews written)
great fantastic lovely very ease to handle flexible will suggest to my friends… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/02/2012 by GazzerUK (26 reviews written)
I have a dilemma. I am proud of my new Macbook Air 13\", and I want to show it to friends, but will they treat it with the same obsessive care that I do? NO!!! Showed it to my wife's fried last week who clattered it with the rings on her fingers. Stifling the urge to cringe and a gasp, I wisked it away from her and slipped it streight back into its snug gel cover, and hid it in my sock drawer. (Hoping burglers won't rummmage in my socks). Another friend has a habbit of prodding and… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/04/2011 by vicky and matt (2 reviews written)
Ok - lets get the negatives out the way. The price for the MBA (i got the 13 inch version) is, shall we say, a tad on the steep side.
But my god, its quite simply the best laptop on the market for business travel. Its power, memory, battery and above all weight and design are amazing. As with anything Apple its almost impossible to buy it at a discounted rate but if you can afford it i cannot recommend it more.
I use it in particular for business - but the personal media capability is… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/01/2011 by gslack (46 reviews written)
Travelled extensively with an iPad but thought it a little restrictive so decided to buy an 11" MBA with 128 gb.
Fabulous device, ultra portable and weighs about 1 kg.
Bought a protective case immediately as it is a little delicate. There are a couple of tiny chips on the leading edge of the lid already and I have been very careful with it. Being that it is so light, you don't quite feel that it's secure when balanced on your leg or in your lap!
I do regret having not bought the 13" model… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/11/2010 by Frosteee (69 reviews written)
The new Macbook Air 11 inch - the best laptop ever? I think so...
Ok, upfront disclaimer - I am well know for being a bit of an Apple fan and I've used a Mac for a while. I am however quick to critise Apple when they get it wrong and I certainly expect an amazing product for my hard earned £1000!
I saw the Macbook Air announcement and thought 'looks good but it's a little underpowered, low in memory and very expensive for a netbook.' But then I saw the little beauty in the flesh and a week… Read Full Review
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Written by Willy7
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Written by greghall
" For Slim Fast Movers Only " Read More
Written by keenkenneth
" ABSOLOUTELY FLAMING USELESS! NO OTHER WORDS TO DESCRIBE THIS POINTL... " Read More